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When looking at key stages of life like parenting and caregiving, women are far likelier to take time off their jobs than men. How does that translate financially?
Based on earnings from ages 23 to 65. 3
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1 Base: Women 18+ excluding NAs (select all that apply)
2 Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics; TED: The Economics daily, Median usual weekly earnings of women and men who are full-time wage and salary workers, by age, 2016 annual averages. Age Wave Analysis.
3 Age Wave Estimate, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Number of Jobs, Labor Market Experience, and Earnings Growth: Results from A National Longitudinal Survey, 2017
4 Base: Women and men 18+ (percent agree)
5 U.S. Trust, Insights on Wealth and Worth, 2017
Age Wave and Merrill Lynch, Women & Financial Wellness: Beyond the Bottom Line, 2018
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